Rss Feed Home > Archery Kit > Striker Shooting Glove

Striker Shooting Glove

Reviewed By Andy , 30 November 2009

Choosing whether to use a tab or a glove is very personal, initially I went for a glove for practical reasons, I could just leave it on between shots and it seems to stay out of the way when I didn't need it. I was also shooting heavy poundage bows at the time and the thicker fingers on a glove gave extra protection that I didn't find with a tab. However after about 3 years with a glove I eventually switched to a tab, initially to over come a release problem but longer term because I felt I got more feed back from the string and I could tell if I was touching the arrow. My shooting improved considerably using a tab and I'm now so used to it shooting with a glove seems a little alien.

One of the things I like about a tab is I get more feeling, and that's where this gloves comes in to the frame. The striker shooting gloves uses much thinner leather on the fingers than most of the other three finger gloves I have used in the past. This has two advantages, the better feel as all ready mentioned but it also allows you to use the glove without that breaking in period you get with thicker leather. One thing you should avoid when purchasing a glove is to get one that's too big, if anything get one thats either exactly right or a little tight as the leather will give once you start wearing it. 

This one comes with the adjustable wrist strap and elastic to pull the finger holes back for a nice snug fit, and it is snug because the thinner leather makes for a nicer feel on the fingers. While not a budget glove it's not luxurious either, but it is well stitched and I haven't had any problems with the stitching coming undone as I have on other similar style gloves.

The other advantage is that as the leather is thin using my anchor feels comfortable, where on other gloves it feels like your trying to stick a sausage in to the corner of your mouth. I originally purchased this glove as a back up but when I have had call to use a glove, generally when I'm shooting my 53# Black Widow, this has become the glove of choice. 

Features & Design
A good functional glove, not cheaply made. 
Personally I like the thinner leather which you only tend to find on the more expensive gloves.
Value for Money
Not expensive so offers god value. I would expect it would need to be replaced sooner rather than later however.
A good all round option for those looking for a cheaper, thinner glove.



Similar Reviews

Gompy Shooting Glove
Neet Glove- Neet Shooting Glove
1 user left a comment

Your Comments

Tell us what you think, do you agree with the review or have something to add?


Facebook Digg it Twitter Stumbleupon Reddit
Social Bookmarking Links
Archers Review

Steve Nicholson and Andy Gilfrin, are real archers interested in the best archery suppliers have to offer. In our search for the very best bow, arrows and equipment we have shot, used and worn pretty much everything on offer.

We value feedback from users and suppliers and are keen to hear from you if you wish to contact us about anything on the website.

We are now offering the opportunity for suppliers, manufacturers and bowyers to get involved. Check out the sponsors page for more information.

RSS Twitter Facebook

Essential Details
What :
Striker Shooting Glove
Price :

Striker Glove

Striker Glove Top View

Pretty standard from the top

Striker Glove Finger View

Much thinner leather on the bottom


Magazine We were very pleased to give our support to the James Whale Kidney Foundation shoot which we cover in this months magazine. We were also contacted by Lars Pilø with news on the archery related finds on Jovfonna, and while we couldn't get out there ourselves Lars kindly filled in some background information for us.

Views of the course at Dunkery A mixed bag this month, me in the South West, Geoff putting the record straight, a chat with Keith Stay and the wisdom comes from South Cox of Stalker bows. 

We take a tour the length and breadth of the British mainland to visit Scotland with Border Bows, Yorkshire with Aidy Hayes, the Wirral with Jason from, down South with the Company of Canterbury Longbowman, and Geoff is in Spain.

Quick Links

A list of other Archery Kit Reviews

The Leather Archer Side Quiver
Sherwood Universal Bowstand
Sherwood String Making Jig Longbow Extension
Franzbogen Turkey Hen
Roger Henrie Wing Shooter
Eros Archery Target By Target Tech
Atlas Archery Target From Target Tech
Stonebow Field Archers 3d Rats
Legend Finger Slings
Legend Proline 3 Tube Quiver
Check out..